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2013-09-16 10:30:05 AM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Super Chronic: To Richard Sherman, I say this as a fan: STFU already.  You're very good at football.  Let your play speak for itself.  You don't make yourself sound smart when you talk about people who picked SF to win as "ignorant idiots."  You sound like a shiatty teammate when you disclaim responsibility for Boldin's reception.  And besides, if you're going to talk yourself up, how about acknowledging the time you got trucked by a rookie tight end?

In his defense, he didn't dive out of the way like most CBs.  So, yes, he got run over by a TE.  Along with his other humiliations, including shutting down the opposing team's number one WR, making a fingertip INT, and generally being dominant.  Oh, yeah, and a TE knocked him down.  And he didn't disclaim responsibility for Boldin's reception; I think he was saying that he wasn't the only guy responsible for the way Boldin was shut down.


That's what I heard, too.  When he said the Bolden thing, I thought he said that Bolden's one catch came against him.  I thought he was owning responsibility for the one catch.
 
2013-09-16 10:32:28 AM

Rent Party: whizbangthedirtfarmer: Super Chronic: To Richard Sherman, I say this as a fan: STFU already.  You're very good at football.  Let your play speak for itself.  You don't make yourself sound smart when you talk about people who picked SF to win as "ignorant idiots."  You sound like a shiatty teammate when you disclaim responsibility for Boldin's reception.  And besides, if you're going to talk yourself up, how about acknowledging the time you got trucked by a rookie tight end?

In his defense, he didn't dive out of the way like most CBs.  So, yes, he got run over by a TE.  Along with his other humiliations, including shutting down the opposing team's number one WR, making a fingertip INT, and generally being dominant.  Oh, yeah, and a TE knocked him down.  And he didn't disclaim responsibility for Boldin's reception; I think he was saying that he wasn't the only guy responsible for the way Boldin was shut down.

That's what I heard, too.  When he said the Bolden thing, I thought he said that Bolden's one catch came against him.  I thought he was owning responsibility for the one catch.


Yep, and in the interview on NFL.com with another reporter, he singled out the other CBs for their work and never spoke about himself.
 
2013-09-16 10:43:45 AM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Rent Party: whizbangthedirtfarmer: Super Chronic: To Richard Sherman, I say this as a fan: STFU already.  You're very good at football.  Let your play speak for itself.  You don't make yourself sound smart when you talk about people who picked SF to win as "ignorant idiots."  You sound like a shiatty teammate when you disclaim responsibility for Boldin's reception.  And besides, if you're going to talk yourself up, how about acknowledging the time you got trucked by a rookie tight end?

In his defense, he didn't dive out of the way like most CBs.  So, yes, he got run over by a TE.  Along with his other humiliations, including shutting down the opposing team's number one WR, making a fingertip INT, and generally being dominant.  Oh, yeah, and a TE knocked him down.  And he didn't disclaim responsibility for Boldin's reception; I think he was saying that he wasn't the only guy responsible for the way Boldin was shut down.

That's what I heard, too.  When he said the Bolden thing, I thought he said that Bolden's one catch came against him.  I thought he was owning responsibility for the one catch.

Yep, and in the interview on NFL.com with another reporter, he singled out the other CBs for their work and never spoke about himself.


Its the crackers thing, people want to hate Sherman so they do. Me I love the guy, he's a troll, a great cb, and unlike that assclown manziel didn't start life on third and think he hit a triple.
 
2013-09-16 10:48:34 AM

SenorBenedict: Its the crackers thing, people want to hate Sherman so they do. Me I love the guy, he's a troll, a great cb, and unlike that assclown manziel didn't start life on third and think he hit a triple.


And frankly, off the field, he doesn't go after anyone that doesn't deserve it.
 
2013-09-16 12:07:36 PM

IAmRight: SenorBenedict: Its the crackers thing, people want to hate Sherman so they do. Me I love the guy, he's a troll, a great cb, and unlike that assclown manziel didn't start life on third and think he hit a triple.

And frankly, off the field, he doesn't go after anyone that doesn't deserve it.


Gotta say, whether I think it's the rpoper way to conduct oneself or not (and really, what difference does it make? Who cares what he says or why he says it?), I don't think I've ever seen him be wrong.
 
2013-09-16 12:11:56 PM
I was the game.  It was fun.  Lightning and all.

Good night it was.
 
2013-09-16 12:44:46 PM
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2013-09-16 01:39:37 PM

Shame Us: IAmRight: SenorBenedict: Its the crackers thing, people want to hate Sherman so they do. Me I love the guy, he's a troll, a great cb, and unlike that assclown manziel didn't start life on third and think he hit a triple.

And frankly, off the field, he doesn't go after anyone that doesn't deserve it.

Gotta say, whether I think it's the rpoper way to conduct oneself or not (and really, what difference does it make? Who cares what he says or why he says it?), I don't think I've ever seen him be wrong.


I think that's what pisses people off the most. Sherman talk a big game and most of the time backs it up, as does the Seattle D. It is funny to see people who sandbagged on the hawks prior to the game now trying to act like since they won it was a foregone conclusion that shows nothing, where as if SF won it would have meant SF was real and Seattle is all paper. Hell one columnist even pointed out SF going to the superb owl after losing to the hawks last december.
 
2013-09-16 05:51:05 PM
SF NT Ian Walliams out for season (broken ankle)
SF Corner Reid Day-to-Day (concussion)
 
2013-09-16 11:08:05 PM
A couple points about that Seattle game...

If Richard Sherman played on your favorite team, you would LOVE him. He could kick puppies on the way to the stadium, and you'd love him- because the man is a stud and can back it up. What has Revis done so far this year?

If SF wins, they're for real. However, because they didn't, it's just one game, no big deal. This doesn't strike anyone as odd?

I've read a lot of NFL today because I missed all the games this weekend except for this one. It's laughably ironic how out of one side of their mouth, SF fans are saying, "it's just one game", and then out of the other side of their mouth, they're screaming bloody murder for the refs "gifting" the win to Seattle. Are you serious? Seattle got farked hard with no lube by the refs in the first half. Missed holds? Cut blocks? That shiat happens on every play. Marshawn Lynch should've had all three of his TD's taken back for unsportsmanlike conduct penalties? Oh jeezus, you're kidding right? That one receiver got flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct for spinning a ball in the defenders face- and THAT was a bullshiat call. Lynch didn't do shiat except run all over their asses, score three times, and walk into the endzone untouched. If anyone should've been flagged on those plays, it's SF for shiatty coverage.

Last but not least- Kaepernick is the biatch I thought he was. He's a street thug with the same sportsmanship as his coach- none. Wilson got buttfarked by a guy 100lbs heavier than him as he ran out of bounds, and Wilson taps him on the shoulder pads as they both go back to the huddle- hey, great play defensive dude. Kaepernick gets farking clowned on national television, and can't even shake hands after it's over.

I'd expect nothing less than this from a Harbaugh coached team. He could learn some class from his brother.

But he won't.

I look forward to their next game. I hope to hell it's a must win for SF to even have a hope for the playoffs. And I hope Seattle drops 50 on them. I really hoped they would've punched it in after going for it on 4th down with about a minute to play. Would've served those biatches right. Don't like to lose? Stop the opposing offense and score when you have the ball.
 
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